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The Grateful Dead Live at Patrick Gymnasium, U of Vermont on 1983-04-13




Set 1

Jack Straw, They Love Each Other, Beat It On Down The Line, West L.A. Fadeaway, Mama Tried-> Cumberland Blues, Ramble On Rose, Far From Me, My Brother Esau, Might As Well

Set 2

Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Maybe You Know-> Drums-> Morning Dew-> Throwing Stones-> Good Lovin', E: Touch Of Gray


Collection GratefulDead
Band/Artist Grateful Dead
Date April 13, 1983
Venue Patrick Gymnasium, U of Vermont
Location Burlington, VT

Source Matrix by Jubal H. Seamons using Final Cut Pro (SHN > AIFF > Final Cut > AIFF CD tracking via Audacity > FLAC16 via xACT)
Transferred by Hunter Seamons


Reviews

Reviewer: kee-zee - - April 5, 2014
Subject: Rainbows end down that highway~~
Nice sound here~I like the mix..This show is definitely running under the radar!! Solid from start to finish but not prefect..but what is? I don't seek perfection..This is another one of those venues that was a one and done(another from 83 is Lake Placid) I would have loved the boys to return to Burlington,but like so many places,once the town/city got a taste of the weirdness..we we're not welcome back!!so please>GIVE IT A WHIRL>Forever Grateful>Forever Dead~!!
Reviewer: doug_the_dude - - January 4, 2014
Subject: --
Halt! This, right here, is THE source for this show. Look no further. Hunter S. - you are one of the most valued individuals who post on this site, make no mistake. We got the entire show here, and it's a good one, shaky lyrics and all (an early Touch encore doesn't fare too well - that tune never really gelled vocally until a few years later).

Set 1 - They Love Each Other gives Brent a chance to solo, and I really do like the sound he employed in these days with the band. Rest of the set is white-hot - check that dance-o-matic Cumberland! Love when they paired that one with a Bobby cowboy tune.

Set 2 - '83 was one of *the* years for Scarlet > Fire, and this is absolutely representative of the best - check it out! Estimated > Eyes is another doozy...

...and maybe you NO!! - love you Brent, love your playing and your vocals on everything else...but, Blow Away aside, got to read you your rights when you fire up tunes like "Maybe You Know" in the middle of an otherwise golden cascade of music.

Morning Dew out of Space? Get outta here!!! Just listen to Jerry focus in on the tune in those first couple of minutes before the band joins in!
Reviewer: DrankTooManyHeady's - - June 8, 2013
Subject: One of the best
I was a senior at St Mikes when this show took place and was lucky enough to score a 2nd row ticket in front of Brent from the brother of my girlfriend at the time who was on the SA at UVM. Anyone who was on tour at the time or lived in the Burlington area can relate to how lucky I was to get in that night.
Amazing show with a killer Scarlett Fire Estimated Eyes and the there is the Dew.
Miss you Jerry!
Reviewer: Seagullking - - April 15, 2012
Subject: Fuckin A Right.
I came here to make noise about this great show, and the well handled slickness that melded the aud and sdb together.. Salutations, Hunter. You've impeccable taste for the vintage Dead. Phil doesn't come through enough would be my main gripe on the sonic notes, but you can't knock this shit folks. Well, you can knock it, but that'd just be some bull clouding your ears and/or brain-pan...
Reviewer: nelsonmessage - - March 22, 2012
Subject: Overlooked?
Not sure why this show doesn't get more attention and accolades. Great show, awesome set list and energy... not underdone or over cooked... just right, tasty! Jerry misses some lyrics but nails ALL the music and the cadence rocks! Keep coming back to this one, year after year.

THANKS HUNTER!!!
Reviewer: SomeDarkHollow - - June 4, 2011
Subject: Now we're talking...
My problem with this show was that both the AUD and SBD sources had significant cuts that really hurt the overall experience. One cut out in the midst of a monumental final jam in Eyes and the other decided "who really wants to hear an entire Dew of this magnitude?". Me, that's who. Good job on this one as usual. Clear and crisp, not too heavy on the sound of the unwashed masses. Fantastic show right out of the gate. Many, many highlights here. This show has a very well deserved reputation.
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